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Thor is back — in a movie of his own. After making his presence felt in 2019’s mega get-together movie Avengers: Endgame, the hammer-wielding “God of Thunder” takes centre stage in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) with Thor: Love and Thunder, his first solo outing since 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok, out this week in theatres across the globe. The fourth Thor film has created a great deal of buzz among Marvel fans as it — for starters — reunites Chris Hemsworth with Taika Waititi, who previously directed him in its well-received predecessor.

Waititi recently revealed that Thor: Love and Thunder will use humour to tackle universal themes, which is an exciting prospect given as humour is his forte, something that he proved with the critically-acclaimed comedy drama Jojo Rabbit.

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The biggest talking point, however, is the fact that Thor: Love and Thunder features Christian Bale as the ferocious villain Gorr the God Butcher and marks his MCU debut. And oh, did I mention Natalie Portman is a superhero now? We’ll get to that in a minute.

In India, Thor: Love and Thunder is available in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada. With that, here is all you need to know about the new Marvel movie.

Thor: Love and Thunder release date in India

The fourth Thor film debuts in Indian theatres on Thursday, July 7. Thor: Love and Thunder was originally slated to open here on July 8, but Marvel Studios advanced the date without giving a reason.

Thor: Love and Thunder’s India release is in line with markets such as Chile, Denmark, Mexico, Malaysia, Portugal, and Singapore. The new Thor movie, notably, opens in India a day before it arrives in countries like US, Canada, the UK, and Ireland on July 8.

Thor: Love and Thunder tickets

Tickets have been available for Thor: Love and Thunder in India since June 16.

Select theatres are set to screen the fourth Thor movie round the clock for the first four days. Thor: Love and Thunder opens as early as 12:15am on Thursday, with more shows at 6am.

Other theatres, however, have opted for a more conventional route by opening the doors after 9am. Given the frenzy, tickets for Thor: Love and Thunder have — unsurprisingly — largely been sold out across India.

Thor: Love and Thunder cast

Hemsworth returns as the titular God of Thunder, who finds himself dealing with what Waititi described as a midlife crisis.

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Bale plays Gorr the God Butcher, the menacing villain out to eliminate all gods. Bale enjoyed playing the character as he found him to be a complex individual: ”Just the notion of this guy … I mean, he’s Gorr the God Butcher, right? The name kind of tells you who he is. Straight away, you know he’s a serial killer bent on killing gods. But it’s a lovely tale, actually. He’s upset and confused, and comes to an epiphany.”

Besides Hemsworth and Bale, the Thor: Love and Thunder cast includes Tessa Thompson as New Asgard king Valkyrie, Jaimie Alexander as Asgardian warrior Sif, Waititi as Kronan gladiator Korg, Russell Crowe as the king of the Olympians Zeus, and Natalie Portman as Thor’s astrophysicist ex-girlfriend Jane Foster, who transforms into Mighty Thor.

Portman said that she was quite impressed by her character’s graph on what is her first full-fledged MCU outing since 2013’s Thor: The Dark World: “In previous films, Jane was a scientist who needs help being saved by Thor, but in this film, she’s seeking her own solutions and taking her own journey. She’s fighting alongside Thor and they’re a team, but Jane is very much paving her own path, which has been really exciting.”

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Natalie Portman as Mighty Thor
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The Guardians of the Galaxy are also involved in Thor: Love and Thunder, with Chris Pratt, Pom Klementieff, Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan, Sean Gunn, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper reprising their respective MCU roles as Peter Quill/ Star-Lord, Mantis, Drax, Nebula, Kraglin, Groot, and Rocket. They are said to help Thor cope with pain and loss during the process of self-discovery.

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Jeff Goldblum returns from Thor: Ragnarok as the Grandmaster. Additionally, Matt Damon, Sam Neill, Luke Hemsworth — who too were part of Ragnarok — appear in relatively small roles, Melissa McCarthy, and Simon Russell Beale too are part of Thor: Love and Thunder.

Thor: Love and Thunder synopsis

Here’s the synopsis for Thor: Love and Thunder via Marvel Studios:

Thor embarks on a journey unlike anything he’s ever faced — a quest for inner peace. However, his retirement gets interrupted by Gorr the God Butcher, a galactic killer who seeks the extinction of the gods. To combat the threat, Thor enlists the help of King Valkyrie, Korg and ex-girlfriend Jane Foster, who — to his surprise — inexplicably wields his magical hammer. Together, they set out on a harrowing cosmic adventure to uncover the mystery of the God Butcher’s vengeance.

Thor: Love and Thunder trailer

Marvel Studios unveiled the first trailer for Thor: Love and Thunder on April 18 to give fans an idea of what to expect from the latest Thor film. In the nearly 90-second long trailer, we saw Foster transform into Mighty Thor and also got glimpses of Hemsworth’s Thor as he teamed up with the Guardians of the Galaxy.

The first Thor: Love and Thunder trailer was followed by a second one (below) that gave us our first look at Gorr the God Butcher and touched upon Thor’s reunion with Foster.

Marvel Studios released a one-minute teaser titled “Speech” on June 21, nearly two weeks ahead of the film’s release, which revolved around Thor’s attempts at delivering a speech to inspire allies to stay united in testing times. This was followed by the TV spots “Team”, “Classic”, “Journey”, and “Army”.

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Thor: Love and Thunder review

At the time of writing, not a single review was available for the new Thor film. That’s because reviews are on embargo until later on Tuesday, July 5.

The Gadgets 360 review of Thor: Love and Thunder will be out Thursday, July 7.

Thor 5?

While there’s no word yet on Thor 5, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige had, some time ago, said that there is ample scope for it going by stories featured in the comics.

Hemsworth added fuel to the fire when he said that he was open to playing the the “God of Thunder” again provided the potential sequel offered a fresh take on the character.

“Each time, if the opportunity comes up and presents itself, I’m just open to whatever creative exploration can happen, thanks to different writers and directors and so on,” Hemsworth said. “But I love playing the character, I really do. It always comes down to: ‘Is this script different to the last one? Are we repeating something?’ And when it becomes too familiar, I think that’s when I’d have to say, ‘Yeah, no, this doesn’t… I think I’ve… I’d like to exit before people tell me to exit.’”

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Even if Thor 5 does indeed happen, don’t expect it anytime soon as Marvel’s big screen future is quite jam-packed at the moment.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, a sequel to the 2018 release Black Panther, is slated to be the next big outing from the MCU as it debuts November 11 in cinemas globally.

It is expected to be followed by Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which releases on February 17, 2023. The James Gunn-directed Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, which marks the end of the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise as we know it, comes around on May 5, 2023.

Then there’s also the Brie Larson and Iman Vellani-led The Marvels, which opens in theatres on July 28, 2023.

Marvel Studios hasn’t set concrete dates for Blade, Fantastic Four, Deadpool 3, and Captain America 4, but they are all in the works — in different stages of development.

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Thor: Love and Thunder poster

Here is the official poster for Thor: Love and Thunder via Marvel Studios:

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The official poster of Thor: Love and Thunder
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Inside House of the Dragon, the Fiery Game of Thrones Prequel Spin-Off

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“Game of Thrones was very much about multiple families going to war over justice and decency. There was murder and betrayal, and all of those things exist [on House of the Dragon], but this is really about the dissolution of one family and that family happens to be the most powerful in the history of Westeros,” says Ryan Condal, co-creator and co-showrunner on House of the Dragon, premiering later in August on Disney+ Hotstar in India and HBO Max wherever available. Best known for creating the sci-fi drama series Colony, Condal has known A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin for nearly two decades, having first met at a book signing when Condal was still working as an accountant.

On House of the Dragon — it’s the first Game of Thrones spin-off, with more in the works at HBO — Condal finds himself working with a Thrones veteran in Miguel Sapochnik. Sapochnik directed some famous Game of Thrones episodes, including two that are considered the series’ best. He was behind the season 5 Wildling battle in “Hardhome”, the last two episodes of season 6 “Battle of the Bastards” and “The Winds of Winter”, and the series’ longest (and darkest) episode, “The Long Night”, part of the rightfully-maligned eighth and final season.

The two had earlier developed a project together but it didn’t make it to screen. When Condal first approached Sapochnik for House of the Dragon, “he was in the middle of hell shooting the final season. I think he did 11 straight weeks of night shoots for ‘The Long Night’ and told me, ‘I’m never having anything to do with Game of Thrones again, thank you very much.’”

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While every Game of Thrones season was challenging, eight was “relatively traumatic,” Sapochnik notes. But after he got some much-needed rest, Sapochnik came around to Condal’s offer. He’s the other co-showrunner on House of the Dragon — and naturally, he directs multiple episodes too.

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Paddy Considine as King Viserys Targaryen in House of the Dragon
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House of the Dragon is about the perils of patriarchy

“Our story begins with the Targaryens in a secure place because they have the dragons — they have the weapons of mass destruction — and as long as they do, it’s hard to imagine how anybody can step up to them. They know this, but that hubris could be their downfall,” Sapochnik says of where House of the Dragon begins. The first episode, titled “The Heirs of the Dragon” and directed by none other than Sapochnik, begins on Westeros two centuries prior to the events of Game of Thrones.

The ailing King Jaehaerys Targaryen, who has outlived both of his sons, calls together a council at Harrenhal to vote on a successor. The heads of the ruling families must pick between his grandchildren: Rhaenys (Eve Best), the daughter of his oldest son, and her younger cousin, Viserys (Paddy Considine). Even though Rhaenys has the stronger claim, the council votes for Viserys. Simply because he’s a man, and there’s no precedence for a woman on the Iron Throne.

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Nineteen years later, a similar story plays out as King Viserys, lacking a male heir, must decide his successor. His choices are his daughter Rhaenyra (Milly Alcock), or his younger brother Daemon (Matt Smith). Naturally, because he’s a man, Daemon is considered the heir presumptive. But Daemon is also reckless and temperamental. Viserys makes the bold choice to nominate Rhaenyra as his heir, sparking a feud between the Targaryens that will culminate in the Dance of the Dragons, the famed civil war that was talked about in Game of Thrones.

“Our story, in many ways, is about the overthrow of a very, very ancient patriarchy, and that is one of the main things that drew me to [House of the Dragon] because that is a story that is very resonant and very important today,” says Eve Best, who plays Rhaenys, also known as the Queen Who Never Was. House of the Dragon consulting producer Jocelyn Diaz adds: “There’s a key line of dialogue when Rhaenys says to Rhaenyra, ‘Men would rather put the realm to the torch than see a woman ascend the Iron Throne.’ And that proves prophetic.”

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Eve Best as Princess Rhaenys Velaryon in House of the Dragon
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“I think that’s what makes [House of the Dragon] so watchable, is that even though it’s fantasy and takes place in a completely different world, the themes still are so strong in today’s world,” says Emily Carey, who plays Alicent Hightower, a confidante of Rhaenyra and daughter to Ser Otto Hightower (Rhys Ifans), the Hand of the King. “How many women are prime minister or president? How many women’s rights issues are being floated by men? We could go on and on about how it relates to our current modern-day politics.”

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House of the Dragon will make use of time jumps

“Miguel, Ryan, and I describe Alicent as a product of the patriarchy. She’s acutely aware of where she fits into this world. She knows the Game of Thrones very well,” Carey continues, describing how her character fits into the House of the Dragon universe. “It’s just how aware she is with her relationships to the people around her within this world that is explored throughout the series. But she’s got a deeper understanding of it than Rhaenyra I believe.”

As for Rhaenyra, Alcock notes, she has “lived her whole life with this constant conversation that her mother needs to have a son. She’s been born into the world knowing that she isn’t enough as she is. By nature, she is quite a strong person, has a palpable power that sits within her, and why she devotes devote herself to proving that she is as good as a man. She dragon rides, she causes mischief, she’s outspoken. All to desperately be seen and be heard by her father, to be enough. And then once that happens, the relationship with her father becomes quite very interesting.”

Unlike Game of Thrones, which followed all of its characters in a linear fashion as they grew up, House of the Dragon is going to make use of time jumps to tell its decade-spanning story. While Alcock and Carey play Rhaenyra and Alicent at the start of the season, Emma D’Arcy and Olivia Cooke will take over from them when House of the Dragon jumps forward roughly 10 years. All the other main (adult) characters are played by the same actors after said time jump.

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Milly Alcock as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, Emily Carey as Alicent Hightower in House of the Dragon
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Carey thinks this was a crucial move. “From my perspective, people are expecting Alicent to be the villain of [House of the Dragon], but there’s so much more to it,” she says. “I have no shame of being a villain — in the sense, if you hate Alicent and have a strong informed opinion of her, then ‘Sure, amazing!’ That means I’ve done my job well. But there’s so much more to these two women and I think that’s why it was important to bring them in younger to show how they become the women they’re expected to be.”

Surprisingly though, the two sets of actors — Alcock and Carey, and D’Arcy and Cooke — didn’t work with each other, Alcock notes: “That was advised by Miguel and Ryan, but it also just happened naturally, as we were each figuring out our own characters. It’s almost like different people. It’s such a huge time jump. It’s 10 years. I mean, I haven’t even lived two lots of 10 years. It’s such a huge portion of someone’s life to miss.”

Dragons abound in the Game of Thrones spin-off

And of course, as it says right in the title, there be dragons. If you thought the three in Game of Thrones weren’t enough, then House of the Dragon is the show for you. “At the height of our story, there will be 17 dragons,” Condal notes. They come in all shapes and sizes — and each of them has their own character. Condal adds: “There is a humanity in the dragons and they form a bond with their riders and they have a connection with them and each has a distinct personality.”

Rhaenyra’s Syrax swoops and dives like a golden eagle, Daemon’s Caraxes is moody and unpredictable like him, Arrax is a very junior animal, and Vhagar — at 130 years old — is a cantankerous grand old dame the size of a Boeing 747 aircraft. House of the Dragon also defined different roles for the dragons. There are work horse dragons, more canine-like dragons, and even dinosaur-like dragons.

The ages and character traits play into the design of the dragons, with Condal and Sapochnik also setting a new rule. “We came up with this idea that dragons continue growing until they die and the reason they die is they simply get too big,” Sapochnik says.

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House of the Dragon visual effects supervisor Angus Bickerton adds: “And the older dragons are heavier and baggier, and they are struggling to bear their weight. And they have growths on them, these symbiotic, parasitic creatures living on them. […] Obviously we referenced a lot of creatures, especially various types of lizards. And we looked at the symbiotic creatures who live on them, and the growths you see on whales when they have barnacles growing on them. All these things were incorporated into the designs of our dragons.”

And oh, unlike Game of Thrones, the dragons in House of the Dragon are also more colourful, thanks to the author GRRM. Sapochnik says: “We had a big conversation with George [R.R. Martin] about the dragons where he said, ‘Please, please can we make the dragons colourful? Because that’s how I always imagined them. That you could see them from afar, up in the sky, and know exactly which dragon it is.’ And that’s exactly what we’ve tried to do.”

House of the Dragon release date

Over the course of the series, many of these 17 dragons will meet their (fiery) end, as the Targaryens go to war with one another. (If you want to know what happens, read Fire & Blood, the GRRM book that House of the Dragon is based on.) For now, this is the start of a whole new journey for the House of the Dragon actors.

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“We’ve just been us our whole little lives, and now suddenly it’s like, ‘Oh, you’re on the most anticipated show in the world,’” says Alcock. “You’re like, ‘Me? Out of all the people? It’s me? It’s me.’ It’s very tricky, and I don’t think any of us have properly processed it yet. And I don’t think it’s going to happen until a year, till the whole show’s out. Then we can kind of look back at it with fresh eyes.”

The 10-episode House of the Dragon premieres August 21 on HBO Max wherever available and August 22 on Disney+ Hotstar in India.


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Bullet Train Box Office: Brad Pitt Movie Speeds into $62.5 Million Worldwide

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Bullet Train has collected a decent $62.5 million (about Rs. 497 crore) at the global box office on its opening weekend. Out of that amount, $32.4 million (about Rs. 257 crore) were pulled in from 57 overseas markets, including India, which saw an early release on August 4, thanks to Sony Pictures. Meanwhile, Jurassic World Dominion overtook Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, becoming the second biggest worldwide grosser of 2022. The top spot is still held by Top Gun: Maverick, with a whopping $1.35 billion (about Rs. 10,743 crore) globally.

According to Deadline, the Brad Pitt-starrer saw the biggest international (minus US and Canada) opening for a non-franchise film since Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, which was released in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Even with dinged reviews, Bullet Train is doing fairly well with the audience, who were expecting nothing short of a fun-filled summer action flick.

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On a regional basis, the overseas market for the film was led by the UK with a $3.5 million (about Rs. 27 crore) start, followed by France at $3.1 million (about Rs. 24 crore) and Mexico just short at $3 million (about Rs. 23 crore). The UAE and Taiwan releases added $1.3 million (about Rs. 10 crore) each, while Germany and Spain raised the bar slightly, with $1.5 million (about Rs. 11.9 crore) and $1.4 million (about Rs. 11.3 crore) respectively. Deadline notes that the IMAX collections are at $4.1 million (about Rs. 32 crore), and that the $32.4-million overseas record does not include some markets. Bullet Train is due to release in South Korea on August 24, Italy on August 25, and Japan on September 1 — weird considering the movie is based in Tokyo. Also, India is nowhere to be seen on the list.

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The final entry into the rebooted Jurassic World trilogy, Dominion, stands second on the worldwide box office list with $960 million (about Rs. 7,636 crore), though the numbers are aided by the China release. The Tom Cruise-led fight action film, Top Gun: Maverick, however, has managed to retain the first position, while not having a China release, crossing $1.35 billion. Even Taika Waititi’s Thor: Love and Thunder — which flew past the $500-million mark last month — has collected an impressive $700 million (about Rs. 5,567 crore), without China.

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Additionally, Illumination’s Minions: The Rise of Gru brought in $15.9 million (about Rs. 126 crore) over the weekend. The global total now stands at $757.9 million (about Rs. 6,028 crore). Furthermore, Warner Bros.’ DC League of Super-Pets, released on August 5 in India, is now at a worldwide total of $83.4 million (about Rs. 663 crore).

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Delhi Crime Season 2 Trailer: Shefali Shah and Co. Chase After an Oily Gang of Killers

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Delhi Crime season 2 trailer is here. Early on Monday without any fanfare, Netflix dropped the full-length trailer for the return of its award-winning crime drama series, that stars Shefali Shah (Darlings) as Delhi Police South District DCP Vartika Chaturvedi. In the second season — also inspired by real life, as with the first season — Chaturvedi and her team find themselves chasing an oily gang of killers who are targeting the “vulnerable senior citizens” of India’s national capital. Alongside the Delhi Crime season 2 trailer, Netflix also unveiled the official Delhi Crime season 2 poster.

“A big section of Delhi’s population lives in slums, and serves the elite who live in palaces,” Chaturvedi (Shah) says at the start of the new Delhi Crime season 2 trailer, repeating a line that was also found in the season 2 teaser trailer. “Policing a city like this one is a complex task.” The Delhi Crime season 2 trailer then reveals a multiple elder murder, with Bhupendra Singh (Rajesh Tailang) noting that this falls into the “signature style” of someone they know. Chaturvedi notes they use iron rods, hammers and axes, and they coat themselves in oil to avoid being caught — literally.

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As the murders rack up and the Delhi Police deepens its investigation, a “social boycott” begins in Delhi against the likes of watchmen, cleaners and office boys, as they are being fired “out of fear.” Chaturvedi notes that the ones being arrested lack the privilege, and that they are being “deprived of their basic human rights.” Sounds like a system we know. In another repeat of a line from the Delhi Crime season 2 teaser trailer, Chaturvedi wonders what they are doing wrong, only for Singh to remind her that they do not have the luxury to think of such matters.

The rest of the Delhi Crime season 2 trailer is made up of action snippets, with the newly-promoted Neeti Singh (Rasika Dugal) noting that “anger can’t always be controlled,” and Chaturvedi’s boss CP Kumar Vijay (Adil Hussain) warning of the “s–tstorm raining on his head if this isn’t controlled right now.” In addition to Shah, Tailang, Dugal and Hussain, Delhi Crime season 2 also stars Anurag Arora, Yashaswini Dayama, Sidharth Bhardwaj, Gopal Dutt, Denzil Smith, Tillotama Shome, Jatin Goswami, Vyom Yadav, and Ankit Sharma.

“Inspired by true events, this season investigates the moral code of the Delhi Police. DCP Vartika Chaturvedi and team have evolved from the previous season. We’ll see them weigh a lot of difficult choices… be it procedural or emotional,” Delhi Crime season 2 showrunner and director Tanuj Chopra (Punching at the Sun) said in a prepared statement. Rajesh Mapuskar (Ventilator) also directs Delhi Crime season 2 episodes.

Shah added: “I love every character I’ve played, but DCP Vartika Chaturvedi will always be super special. And I’m so proud of the role and Delhi Crime as a show. It’s my favourite. And so is she. As an actor, it’s fulfilling to portray roles like these. This season, the audience will see a human and vulnerable side of these seasoned police officers. I can proudly say this, Delhi Crime is a reflection of our passion for storytelling and the craft and we can’t wait for the audience to watch it.”

Mayank Tewari (Bard of Blood), Shubhra Swarup (The Forgotten Army), Vidit Tripathi (Gullak), and Ensia Mirza (Ghost Stories) are responsible for the Delhi Crime season 2 scripts, with Sanyuktha Chawla Shaikh (Prime Video’s Unpaused) and Virat Basoya (Kya Haal, Mr. Paanchal?) contributing dialogues. Delhi Crime season 2 is a production of SK Global Entertainment, Golden Karavan, and Film Karavan.

All episodes of Delhi Crime season 2 are out August 26 on Netflix worldwide.

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The official Delhi Crime season 2 poster
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